A car that Rocky uses in "Rumrunner" to meet with Captain Kehoe. When Rocky is abducted by the pig farmers in "Hydrophoby", the car is left behind. Rocky and Viktor retrieve the car and go their separate ways in "Spaghetti".
Viktor and Rocky take the truck to retrieve the car in "Spaghetti". Viktor drops Rocky off at the car while he continues driving the truck. In "Houdini", a tail is shown sticking out of the back of the truck, presumably it belongs to Benjy Jessup.
Abelard's hearse first appears in "Corpse-lights", threatening Rocky and Ivy while they are in Defiance attempting to procure liquor. As Ivy and Rocky flee, the hearse pursues them and ultimately strikes Rocky in "Haymaker", though it is significantly damaged in the process. Abelard and his passenger emerge from the vehicle in "Haymaker" and begin looking for Ivy and Rocky; Ivy in turn sneaks over to the hearse and finds a gun within it in "Predicament".
Benjy Jessup's truck
Benjy Jessup's truck is first mentioned in "Muckamuck", when Avril, one of the pig farmers, asks Emery, a second farmer, to retrieve Benjy and his truck. In "Bunny-box", Benjy Jessup and the pig farmers are shown in Benjy's truck, following Viktor and Rocky after the latter have retrieved liquor from Captain Kehoe. After Benjy's apparent demise in "Houdini", the truck has likely fallen into Viktor's possession.
In "Latecomer", Freckle arrives at Little Daisy in a car. It is unclear whether the car belongs to Freckle. As Ivy refers to the vehicle as a flivver, it may be a Ford Model T, as they were often referred to as such. Rocky refers to the car as "Old Lizzie", and claims that it takes ten minutes to start, though this is later disproved.
A hearse is a vehicle used to convey coffins from churches or funeral homes to cemetaries. In "Corpse-lights", Rocky and Ivy are threatened by a hearse. The hearse chases Rocky and Ivy until it is stopped by an irrigation pipe, but not before injuring Rocky. In "Haymaker" it is revealed that there was an "ordained maniac" and another man in the vehicle, and that the tires and fender have been damaged.
Wick owns what is clearly an upper-class vehicle, first shown in "Quacksalver". He has a chauffeur for the car as well, as shown in the same episode. Tracy identifies Wick's car as a Duesenberg in "Preview 0014", though the particular model she uses was not released until 1928.